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Dec 30, 2012 1:00pm PST
he was the number two at the veterans administration in the reagan years when i was there. the other is he has shown battlefield cure rams you know, he has won the purple heart. he is also shown bureaucratic courage because he resigned from theed very veterans administration as a comparatively young man when the head of the veterans administration was saying agent orange is sort of like acting. what an insult to the people who served. so he stepped aside. he is the head of the president's foreign intelligence advisory board and more important, defense -- running defense a big management job. he has been very successful in the private sector. >> it is indeed. dr. larry korb, worth the wait, thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having me. >>> up next, more on the fiscal cliff, lawmakers have hit a major snag in the negotiations and we are just two days before the deadline. [ female announcer ] want younger looking eyes that say wow with olay, here's how. new regenerist eye and lash duo the cream smooths the look of lids... softens the look of lines. the serum instantly thicken
Dec 27, 2012 11:00am PST
. and even the veterans administration, i think, is looking very carefully at their definition of family even now, and trying to determine what is the best way to capture those individuals who are, are in a person's life who have an emotional attachment and who are so important for their support. and, i think, the unique circumstances of the past decade at war, in terms of the nature of the conflicts, has also sort of, really pushed that, that issue to the forefront with regard to military members, um, are often married to other military members. so, when you have, um, multiple deployment, sometimes both parents deployed, um, really the definition of who is assuming a lot of these family roles is changing. it can be other members of the community, um, very often it's children that are assuming a lot of the parental responsibilities, if you will, um, in the face of both parents being deployed or one parent being deployed. um, so i think that the nature of these conflicts has really pushed the boundaries of how we define what a family, what a military family is. so, jen, let's start
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Dec 11, 2012 8:00pm EST
prices of pharmaceutical drugs. the veterans' administration does, why not medicare? cut the hospital of required diseases requiring health care costs in that way. the affordable care act not only envisions and requires in certain ways cuts in the cost of health care spending -- neil: suspect that the same as republicans saying don't raise rates. you don't like when republicans do it, you don't like when they say leave entitlements off the table. >> we have to do both. neil: but we're not doing both. >> well, that's what the challenge is ahead. i'm more hopeful than ever we can reach a deal -- neil: are you really? after this, i'm not. when you and your colleagues say, senator, look, don't touch entitlements. first of all, limiting the growth in the program is not a cut. if you loathe doing that, for maybe all the right reasons, and, again, as i said, republicans on defense, again, for maybe all the right reasons, that leaves you with tax hikes on the rich, for now, this immediate deal, leading me to believe it's a lousy deal. >> well, first of all, raises taxes for the wealt
Dec 11, 2012 7:00pm PST
money for the taxpayers?" for example, the veterans administration negotiates drug prices with the pharmaceutical industry. medicare part d does not. we can save substantial sums of money. there are other ways that you can do it. frankly, i'm not quite so sure that given a choice of standing up to the drug companies to lower the cost of medicare or simply raising the age of medicare eligibility or cutting back on medicare, my guess is the republicans will stand with the drug companies and not with the needs of ordinary people. >> what i hear you saying is that whatever your major concern as a citizen, whether it's deficit reduction or medicare and medicaid and social security or the environment, global climate change, it all comes back to how we receive information. and that this issue you're addressing in this letter is at the heart of your -- >> bill, many of the viewers there are concerned about the growing gap, unequal distribution of wealth and income. they're concerned about health care, concerned about global warming, concerned about women's rights, health, and many, many ot
Dec 13, 2012 5:00pm PST
the va went unanswered, so keeping them honest, we went to the united states veterans administration hospital in pittsburgh in hopes of getting answers. we were met by four armed federal officers. >> hey, how are you? drew griffin with cnn. >> we're with the va police. >> yes, sir. >> this has not been approved by our public affairs office. i cannot allow you on the property. >> do you want to call them and see if they want to come out? >> can you take the camera back across the state until you have authorization. >> hold on, i'm on the phone with them. >> after yet reaching just a message machine, the officer told us to leave. >> who told you to kick us off of here? >> it's our policy actually. >> your policy? we can't stand on united states government land with a camera? >> without a legitimate purpose for being here. >> i'm trying to find out why these patients died. >> and being news media while recording, i'm going to have to ask you to leave until it's approved by our public affairs office. >> instead of answering our questions, the va spokesperson has released three media advisories, t
Dec 12, 2012 8:00pm PST
veterans administration. they're allowed to negotiate. >> absolutely. >> if you do that, that of course is going to be a hit the big pharma, and republicans are going to protect big business. >> well, i'm sorry. this is about the american economy. this is about balancing our budget. they're are going to be a lot of hits taken in this situation. we know there are going to be cuts in other areas. we know there is also a lot of fraud. just reported in the last week that about $28 billion of fraud a year and a half ago in the medicare system. we need to continue to go after that. we need to also make sure that the payments to doctors and providers are both adequate and not unnecessarily high, and we've done a lot of prevention. we've already seen the inflation rate in medicare reduced significantly since the affordable health care act. >> so you're heading in the right direction. they should take this deal. >> absolutely. >> you're saying another 20 days, home for holidays night not happen. john garamendi with us on is the "ed show." remember to answer tonight's question on the bottom of th
Dec 1, 2012 12:00pm PST
much can they find? >> well, a good example, you know, in the veterans program, the veteran administration program we buy drugs, a lot of them. at whole sale prices. and we negotiate the price discounts with the pharmaceutical companies. that's prohibited by law and medicare. if we had prescription price drug negotiation in medicare as we do in the va, we could save a couple $100 billion. there are things like that we could do that we should do and i would think and hope that republicans would support us on that would save the taxpayer money and save the medicare beneficiary person money by making a better, fairer pricing system and we would extend the solvency of medicare. so, a lot of things we need to do to bring down health care costs, not just to medicare, but in the overall system. >> there was apparently laughter in the room from senator mitch mcconnell when the president's initial proposal was presented. do you think that president obama started these negotiated on the wrong foot with that $1.6 trillion offer? >> no. you know, i actually think senator mcconnell is be
Dec 1, 2012 6:00pm EST
? >> guest: my father was employed by the veterans administration hospital in that town. c-span: and when did you first get your interest in either being a teacher or an english, a little history, research? >> guest: i think in college i knew that i wanted to be a teacher for the usual reading reasons. i loved reading and writing. i loved research. but after doing the books that i've done on literature, i think i was ready to change the focus of my research to history. for me, having spent all of my life working on imaginative literature that is, stories that had been created by people working with fact and historical events is very exciting. it's like a new kind of activity for me. c-span: and where did you go to college? >> guest: at the university of north carolina for my undergraduate years and bryn mawr college for a phd. c-span: if we had followed you around since 1990 you were at the battlefield out in montana where else would we have seen you working on this book? >> guest: many places. it's the thing that i discovered about the difference between literary criticism and histo
Dec 11, 2012 5:00pm PST
negotiate prices with the pharmaceutical companies. as the veterans administration does. there is noately reason why medicare pays a lot more for the same prescription drugs as the v.a. except that the republicans put that limitation in the bill ten years ago. >> eliot: i may be wrong about this. i thought the number was $800 billion but i may be wrong. either way you're exactly right. there are huge dollars to be saved if we were not acting irresponsibly in terms of the way we spend money without limiting benefits, raising eligibility. >> what i find particularly hypocritical is we just came through an election campaign in which the republicans were bashing the democrats for taking
Dec 13, 2012 4:00pm EST
negotiate with pharmaceutical companies for lower drug prices, just like the veterans administration does, so there are certainly a number of ways for us to adjust the system that would have dramatic savings, and in fact if you raise the eligibility age, unfortunately, it's going to cost the health care system more. there will be more in costs actually because the older beneficiaries that are left in medicare, that will raise their premiums, and the older people then who go into the exchanges will raise the cost on the exchanges, so it's not good economics. >> we've just got so many sacred cow here. your sacred cow is the eligibility age. the republicans have a sacred cow onration taxes. i mean, something's got to give here so is this more -- is raising -- >> that's not a -- to me it's not an equivalency asking the wealthiest americans to pay more and then saying that people whose median income is $22,000 a year, that's the seniors, but we've got to take away their benefits. i'm all for making medicare more cost effective, but why should we then make that somehow even steven asking the ri
Dec 14, 2012 1:00am PST
veterans administration hospital in pittsburgh in hopes of getting answers. we were met by four armed federal officers. hey, how are you? drew griffin with cnn. nice to see you. >> va police. >> yes, sir. >> this has not been approved by our public affairs office. i cannot allow you inside. >> i'm calling public affairs right now. do you want to call them and see if they can come on? >> i cannot technically call them. can you take the camera back across the street until we have authorization? >> reporter: hold on, i'm on the phone now. again after reaching an answering machine, they asked us to leave. who told you to kick us off? >> it's our policy. >> reporter: your policy? we cannot stand on united states government land with a camera? >> without legitimate purpose to be here. >> reporter: without legitimate purpose? i'm trying to figure out why these patients died. >> and being news media while reporting, i have to ask you to leave until approved by our public affairs office. >> reporter: instead of answering our questions, the va spokesperson david cowgill released three public ad
Dec 15, 2012 5:00am PST
these are veterans that have been adjudicated through the veterans administration to be incompetent. but he wanted them to be able to have their guns. >> i want to talk about the politics of this which are tricky and talk about how we might see a change. we're also awaiting a press conference from newtown, connecticut. the president called to stop tragedies like this. what that should look like, next. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. ♪ now, that's cardworthy. [ man ] all right. here we go. ♪ cardworthy. [ camera shutter clicks ] cardworthy. ♪ so not cardworthy. ♪ [ female announcer ] there's still time for your perfect holiday card this season. at
Dec 11, 2012 8:00pm EST
make a change like that as the veterans administration does, drug prices would be lower for the government and for medicare beneficiaries as well. it would be a win-win in terms of lowering prices. yes, the pharmaceutical companies aren't going to like it, but most countries already negotiate for lower drug prices. why shouldn't we do the same, especially for medicare? mr. garamendi: only in a free-market system. ms. schakowsky: right. mr. garamendi: a law to prohibit negotiating prices, which is the essence of a market system. you raised a couple of points that i want to use the chart to expand on. obamacare really significantly enhanced benefits to medicare recipients, 65 and older, they got some really important benefits. you mentioned the drug benefit, part d, the doughnut hole is being closed and that is worth some $55 billion a year to seniors. there are other things that are in the affordable health care act that have already saved vast amounts of money to the medicare program. for example, annual wellness visits for seniors. why is it important? well, you find out certai
Dec 8, 2012 11:00am PST
. >> reporter: burdens such as tracy's recent diagnosis, multiple sclerosis, which the veteran's administration has determined it was related to her military service during wars in iraq and afghanistan, they're suing the federal government. tell me what you're hoping to accomplish in this lawsuit? >> long story short, i just want to be able to make sure if anything happens to me, if my connective issues get worse, that margaret is provided for. >> reporter: unless the government recognizes same-sex marriages, margaret won't be available for the benefits if tracy dies. they also can't be buried together in a military cemetery. the justice department wouldn't comment on the cooper-harris case, because it is in litigation. >> there is an in justice, you want to figure out what to do. >> you have so much love for a person, you want to figure out how to build a future with them, have a start with them. and i can't think of anything better. so this is a good civil rights fight. >> reporter: pasadena, california. >> the egyptian president may be ready to make some concessioninconcession
Dec 19, 2012 12:00pm EST
administration. 3.2 million veterans, they would see a reduction, a significant reduction in their benefits. under the chained c.p.i., a disabled veteran who started receiving v.a. disability benefits at age 30 would have their benefits cut by more than $1,400 at age 45, $2,300 at age 55 and $3,200 at age 65. does anybody in their right mind think that the american people want to see benefits cut for men and women who sacrificed, who lost limbs defending their country? are we going to balance the budget on their backs? i challenge anyone who supports a chained c.p.i. to go to walter reed hospital, visit with the men and women who have lost their legs, lost their arms, lost their eyesight as a result of their service in afghanistan or iraq. come veterans day, come memorial day, all the politicians go out and give speeches how much we love our veterans. well, it's great to give a good speech on memorial day or veterans day, but what about standing up for them now? i know that the wall street c.e.o.'s and the big money lobbyists are descending on washington, trying to protect the weal
Dec 16, 2012 10:00pm PST
later died. the officer a four year veteran has been placed on administrative leave. rescue crews had to extricate a couple from their car following a crash. the car veered off of 880 around 1:30 a.m. the car crashed into dense bushes and trees along the fence line just past the alvarado niles exit. authorities have not released details on injuries. a witness on the scene said the woman was able to communicate with her rescuers. >>> the chp says santo's vehicle was one of three that collided. the accident is under investigation but authorities now say the wet weather likely played a role in the crash. >>> we now know the yours truly -- we know now the identity of a veteran police officer. 38-year-old john fanning of napa was thrown from his personal motorcycle. the truck driver said he saw the motorcycle approaching and tried to move out of the way. fanning has been with the chp for 14 years. >>> many bay area churchgoers offered their prayers today for the young victims in connecticut. >> why the violence? >>> people packed san francisco's black united methodist church seeking co
Dec 11, 2012 9:00am EST
the veterans administration to meet the needs and challenges of a new generation of veterans. the 21st century g.i. bill ensures those veterans get the opportunities they deserve. he so valued his own education, he went on to serve his community as a teacher after he graduated from college and became a principal, worked for the department of health, education and waverly and -- and welfare and hawaii office of education and opportunity. he won election to the senate in 199o. as chairman of the indian affairs committee dan has been an advocate for native americans. he has taught us all about history, history of hawaii and its native communities as well as issues facing indigenous hawaiians today. senator akaka is a descendent of native hawaiians. he's 75% hawaiian. he has hawaiians on both sides of his family and he's very, very proud of his heritage. dan was the first native hawaiian in the senate and the first native in the chair to -- he is a deeply devout man. his mother was really a soft touch. anyone coming by with a sad story, she would invite them in. sometimes her hos parliamen
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Dec 6, 2012 3:00am PST
the veterans administration, their guidelines are actually even better for veterans than through fha. >> they are. two years. two, short sale foreclosure, bankruptcy, two, two, two. chapter 13 bankruptcy, one year. and the whole reason behind this is they look and see, look, here is a situation happen with these people. let's try to make it available to them and make it more available so they can buy sooner because of the circumstances. by the way, steve, we're also talking about primary residentses here. they're not as lenient with investment properties. the other thing i would like to tell our viewers, for example, buying a car. i was talking to one of the big finance companies the other day that basically finances a lot of cars. they are saying that even if you lost your home to foreclosure and short sale, they're not even looking at that anymore, steve. they know what's happened in america. what they do is they break down in tears, teira, different layers and all you do is pay more of a finance charge when you go buy car, depending on the fico scores. there is life after what we'
Dec 1, 2012 12:30pm EST
everything, all possible assistance here. the veterans health administration which is true socialized medicine, the doctors are government employees, is incredibly efficient relative to the rest of the health-care system. >> you did a calculation that showed a health care system, the best in europe or france or germany, we would have no deficit in the baby boom demographics. >> everyone else -- canada is a single payer system but not socialized medicine. medicare for everybody. and is complicated. but it is a mixture of public provision, public health insurance but much heavier hand of government, the same cost as the canadian system but spectacularly good outcomes relative to anybody and britain has a system which is pure socialized medicine and the outcomes are a little better than ours. the cost is 40% better. all of these, if we were able to emulate these things we would be able -- our budget problems would be gone -- and it defies -- one of our two presidential tickets, the signature proposal is to take one of the parts of the system that works pretty well and privatize it. [talk
Dec 18, 2012 12:00pm EST
were in a michigan veterans administration hospital -- dan inouye, phil hart and bob dole, american heroes, and that later they would come to this senate and serve with distinction. i think it was particularly meaningful that just a few days ago, senator robert dole, another great american, was on the floor of this senate still serving, still emblematic of the greatest generation. we will miss him. there are few words and not enough eloquence to describe the loss. i do particularly want to thank and extend my condolences to his wife irene, to his son ken, to his daughter-in-law jessica, to his granddaughter maggie and his stepdaughter jennifer hirano. they have lost more than any of us because they have lost a husband, a father and a grandfather. let me just conclude with the words uttered centuries ago. the bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding go out to meet it." dan inouye knew the dangers. dan inouye knew that the glory was fleeting and in fact in combat wasn't particularly glorious at all, b
Dec 21, 2012 9:00am EST
military mental health records, the veterans administration mental health records and federal laws access to those records. it is a great idea, but will be very difficult to come up with a meaningful plan where you can build a database and give those folks that need access to the information, not just at the point of buying guns but for other federal and state and local law-enforcement purposes. it will take a lot of work and a lot of amendments to the federal and state law before you can build a comprehensive database. it should be done, but the nra approach to it is [inaudible] host: thank you for your calls. here is some of what is happening on the c-span network for the rest of the day. president obama and vice president joe biden are attending the memorial service. they are at the washington national cathedral today for the service. president obama is speaking right now. you can see live coverage on that on c-span to. the president later today is expected to nominate john kerry as the secretary of state. this makes the first move in a sweeping overhaul of the national security team h
Dec 13, 2012 7:00am EST
the health care i could provide myself. the veterans in administration and i'm grateful for that. but it is not enough. i have friends that our seniors, widows and friends that rely on the health-care system and did not get adequate health in their health care because they are at poverty level and they cannot supply their own needs. i would like to ask anyone who can, make your voice heard. if you tax the rich, everybody will go down. i'm going down for the last time. guest: he makes a valid point that is of deep concern for democrats and others concerned about the medicare program. they do not want anything to impact the most vulnerable seniors. it is more difficult to make en ds meet. medicare is a safety net. the program is to protect people. host: mary agnes carey, if sequestration takes effect, is medicate affected? guest: not at all. host: social security? guest: i don't believe so. for veterans, there would not pabe. host: we have a chart from "the washington times." the red line is medicare spending over taking social security spending. all other spending dropping. medicare go
Dec 13, 2012 8:00pm EST
resort to the health care i could provide myself. i'm a patient in the veterans administration and i'm grateful for that. but it is not enough. i have friends that our seniors, widows and friends that rely on the health-care system and did not get adequate health in their health care because they are at poverty level and they cannot supply their own needs. i would like to ask anyone who can, make your voice heard. if you tax the rich, everybody will go down. i'm going down for the last time. guest: he makes a valid point that is of deep concern for democrats and others concerned about the medicare program. they do not want anything to impact the most vulnerable seniors. it is more difficult to make ends meet. medicare is a safety net. the program is to protect people. host: mary agnes carey, if sequestration takes effect, is medicate affected? guest: not at all. host: social security? guest: i don't believe so. for veterans, there would not be. host: we have a chart from "the washington times." the red line is medicare spending over taking social security spending. all other spendi
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Dec 15, 2012 3:00am PST
the veterans administration. this is what it means. it's going to interfere with their play. it means they are going to put the events together backwards. in other words, they are going to think that maybe something happened in advance that might have caused this to happen. this is how things kid. aggressive at play, sad at play. they may have trouble sleeping. they may have trouble with depression. this can go on for months. luckily, alisyn, therapy works on this. behavioral therapy works which targets the trauma and helps kids work through it. it is effective. i'm also concerned about people around the country who are watching this. >> alisyn: let's talk about that obviously that's the let direct kind of trauma but it's trauma none the less. i have friends from all over the country calling knowing that we live in this general area and they're devastated. people can't pull themselves away from the tv. they can't stop crying. there is trauma everywhere today. >> i have two points about this alisyn. first of all people have to return to their regular lives. they can't obsess even on ou
Dec 10, 2012 6:00am PST
those of us for more than a year each drop by about 7%. the obama administration has set a goal of eliminating veterans homelessness and chronic, says by the end of 2015. >> coastal communities destroy the super storm sandy are rushing to rebuild their boardwalks in time for next summer. there and raise the finished by the end of may to retain torras money they will need next year. seaside heights new jersey is about 75% of its budget from tourism. towns like bellmawr address their spending about $20 million to rebuild its boardwalk. michael bloomberg wet snow new wooden boardwalk to be built. he favors concrete boardwalks which are more durable. >> we're just a few minutes away from the opening bell ringing on wall street. let's take a peek at the trading floor as we wait. we will be right back. opening bell on wall street on this monday morning. looks like we have made down day to early trading. the dow was down 22 points ahead of the opening bell. rob black will be coming up here about 15 minutes. >> good morning, this guy is starting to braden and you concede the winds in the h
Dec 8, 2012 1:00am PST
for the obama administration. vice chairman at citigroup, a veteran of these negotiations, thank you for being here on a friday night. >> good to be with you. >> peter, you have been in a lot of these negotiations. you have been in their rhythms and seen how they go. what's your take? >> i think as you pointed out, it's still early. it's december 7th. both sides would be complaining if there was an agreement in place. but you can see the pieces coming together on the fiscal cliff some increase in marginal tax rates coupled with some kind of cutting back on tax expenditures. the real concern is shifting or will shift from the fiscal cliff to the debt limit. it's not clear that the republicans will agree to including a debt limit increase in that kind of package and if they don't, we may get past december 31st only to find ourselves with a big problem in february or march. >> the obama administration has been clear they will not sign anything. even to get past december 31st. so do you think they can hold firm on that if republicans offer them a package that doesn't include the debt cei
Dec 18, 2012 3:00am PST
reflection of the old way of politics. where gun control was a third rail. a lot of veterans of the clinton administration still blame the national rifle association for costing them control of congress back in 1994 but here he is, the second time in less than a year where we've seen the president's base get a little bit ahead of him. remember earlier this year, he was pretty clear that the democratic national convention was going to adopt a pro gay marriage platform. joe biden said he was okay with gay marriage. sort of forced obama into taking that step. you know, i think we could see the same thing on guns. i think we could see the president's own base force him into taking that slightly more liberal stand. >> bill: interesting. there go the people -- i must follow them because i'm their leader. >> that's exactly what i had in mind. >> bill: that's what ghandi said. hey, reid, thank you so much. reid wilson, editor in chief of hot line with the "national journal." >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate
Dec 5, 2012 5:00pm EST
develop similar approach is elsewhere between military and veterans hospitals being able to come together, and being able to operate his one with these huge administrative backlogs because her trying to make somebody from the military and the veterans up station becomes a huge pain in the asp to get it done. we try to bring that together because so operating as one and the ability to respond to needs and not get wrapped up in fighting for turf. i think we can do a better job overall in terms of health care delivery. let me just put it to you this way. i am extremely pleased. i know that there are always some provinces had to deal with. that's the nature of having to do this. do you have done the very best job at making this work. at making it work not for yourselves, but making it work for the people we treat, those that are funded, given the chance to be able to heal. that is the ultimate test. if i use that as the test every time i talk to these kids, every time i see them when they are up and walking and said it back as part of the society, that is the measure of your success. that's t
Dec 30, 2012 2:00pm EST
assistant secretary of homeland security, transportation security administration to transfer unclaimed clothing recovered at airport security checkpoints to local veterans organizations and other local charitable organizations and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from florida, mr. bilirakis, and the gentlewoman from new york, ms. hochul, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from florida. mr. bilirakis: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days within which to revise and extend their remarks and include any extraneous material on this bill under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. bilirakis: mr. speaker, i yield myself as much time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. bilirakis: mr. speaker, as vice chairman of veterans affairs committee and a senior member on the committee on homeland security, i rise in support of h.r. 6328, the clothe a homeless hero act which passed the house by vo
Dec 13, 2012 11:00am PST
administration's response. we've seen many veteran senators very critical of her, including senators john mccain and lindsey graham. they will have much more on "the situation room" as this news is just coming out, what this means. let me get to the statement here, the statement from the white house. quote, i spoke to ambassador rice and accepted her decision to remove her name -- this is the president -- remove her name from consideration for secretary of state. it goes on. for two decades susan has proven to be an extraordinarily capable, patriotic, and passionate public servant. as my ambassador to the united nations, she plays a role in american's interest. she has secured international support in sanctions against korea and stood up for sudan and stood for the human rights of all people. it goes on to say that he's very grateful that she will continue to serve as ambassador to the united nations. it's been widely known that she has been the topic. so with her withdrawing her nomination, what other names might float to the top of that list? a lot of valid questions as people star
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